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Alonso: “It’s good to be fifth in these changing conditions”

“It’s good to have finished in the top five after qualifying full of incidents, in very changeable conditions and with several red flags”, explained the Asturian double world champion in Imola, where in 2005 -the year of his first title, which he would revalidate , also with Renault, the following year – achieved one of his 32 victories in F1: the 32 that Spain has throughout its history in the premier class.

“With the weather changing the track at all times, anything could happen; so, in general terms, I am happy to be in the top five with a view to tomorrow’s sprint”, said Alonso, 40, this Friday at Imola, where he starred in historic battles with the seven-time German world champion Michael Schumacher, whom he would end up dethroning.

“The car felt fast in the last two rounds and I feel quite comfortable with the car here,” said the great Asturian driver.

“Let’s see how we do tomorrow, since there are points to be won, both in the sprint and in Sunday’s race,” Alonso added this Friday at the Enzo e Dino Ferrari Autodrome in Imola.

The entrance Alonso: “It’s good to be fifth in these changing conditions” was first published in diary TODAY.

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